Mengo Hospital in Uganda was founded in 1897 by a team of men and woman missionaries from CMS. It was built to treat the sick and preach the gospel of Jesus Christ. Many of the patients have malaria, chest infections and HIV or AIDS. The hospital also helps with AIDS work in Uganda. There is a weekly clinic, which offers free medical treatment, drugs and counselling patients with HIV. The Home Care Unit goes out into the villages to treat, encourage and pray with those suffering from the disease. The hospital also has an Occupational Therapy Department for mentally retarded children, and some of the children need to be sponsored for their school fees.
|Hospital type||Missionary Hospital|
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